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Lesions and Diseases of the Spinal Cord: Brown-Séquard Syndrome and Tabes Dorsalis

by Craig Canby, PhD
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    The lecture Lesions and Diseases of the Spinal Cord: Brown-Séquard Syndrome and Tabes Dorsalis by Craig Canby, PhD is from the course Spinal Cord.


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    1. Loss of fine touch and conscious proprioception below the level of lesion
    2. Loss of pain sensation below the level of the lesion
    3. Loss of vibration and two point discrimination, above the level of the lesion
    4. Loss of temperature sensation below the level of the lesion
    5. Motor deficits above the level of lesion
    1. Temperature sensation 1—2 segments below the level of the lesion
    2. Pain sensation 1—2 segments above the level of the lesion
    3. Motor deficits above the level of the lesion
    4. Fine touch sensation below the level of the lesion
    5. Crude touch sensation on both sides
    1. Spastic paralysis at the level of the lesion
    2. Ipsilateral Horner’s syndrome
    3. Contralateral loss of pain and temperature
    4. Ipsilateral loss of touch and vibration
    5. Ipsilateral paresis at and below the level of the lesion
    1. Demyelination of the nerves primarily found in the dorsal column
    2. Degeneration of white matter in the brain
    3. Hemisection of the Spinal cord
    4. Vitamin C deficiency
    5. Infection with Borrelia burgdorferi

    Author of lecture Lesions and Diseases of the Spinal Cord: Brown-Séquard Syndrome and Tabes Dorsalis

     Craig Canby, PhD

    Craig Canby, PhD


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